Two important books now available for pre-order:
-Timothy Morton's Dark Ecology (coming out April 2016), which extends Morton's previous work on this concept, which posits an uncanny self-knowledge so key to getting beyond "green" approaches to ecology: the world is not "out there" as some external situation; we are it, all intertwined.
-and JeffreyJerome Cohen's edited volume, with Lowell Duckert (due out December 23, 2015), Elemental Ecocriticism: Thinking with Earth, Air, Water, and Fire, which offers a new voice to elemental materiality. Another attempt to force us into and back from estrangement vis-à-vis the "world."
Project THE HUMANIST anthropocene
is a thought archive and workspace of Phillip John Usher (NYU) at the crossroads of early modern humanism and the problems and insights of the Anthropocene. Main Research Page.
ASLE (Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment)
Environmental Humanities (journal)
Resilience (A Journal of the Environmental Humanities)
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